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Ford Foundation, 254
Foreign exchange, 232
Forest products, 224, 233
France, 107, 135
Freedom: from control, 209, 618, 620-21; to determine family size, 213-14, 456, 494, 556-59, 625-29; of women, 634
French Guiana, 646
Fuels, 229, 232, 235,239, 242
Ghana: education in, 329; rural-urban migration in, 278, 279, 283, 284, 289, 290,297-98,306
Governments: and density, 589-90; educational policies of, 315-16, 320, 323-26, 355-61; expenditures of, 203; size of, 593-95. See also Agriculture; Political effects; Population policy
Grains: 226, 246, 251, 254, 256, 266, 267
Gross national product (GNP): by country, 229-31, 374-76; in developing countries, 315, 372; and energy use, 237, 239; and fertility decline, 117, 139, 143; and infant mortality, 377; spent on education, 321-22, 324, 325-26, 329, 338, 349, 360; and paper usage, 239, 240; and pollution, 238; and urban population, 236
Gross reproduction rates, 137
Groups: attitudes on family planning of, 551-59, 546; attitudes on population changes, 574-75; conflict among, 595-600; differential fertility of, 595-600, 609; membership in, and health, 472-75; migration of, 611-12; in multi-ethnic state, 605; political power of, 575, 599-600; racial, 551-56, 558, 574; resource allocations for, 608. See also Negro; Social class
Guatemala, 127,282-83
Guyana, 141
Health: and density, 462-75; and increased fertility, 129/z, 144. See also Family size; Health, maternal; Health services; Public health
Health, maternal: and birth interval, 444-45, 618; and crowding, 462; and family size, 187, 430-34; and health services, 371, 390-91,400
Health services: definition and classification of, 371-72; demand for, 577, 608; expenditures for, 377-84, 399-400; facilities for, 378-82; and family planning, 217-18, 389-99; impact of, 370-71; levels of, 373-77, 384-89; as low fertility indicators, 139, 141; manpower for, 378, 380-82, 384-87, 393-97; and population growth, 368-400; private sector, 372, 377, 379; and urban-rural residence, 243, 386. See also Abortion; Family planning; Public health
High birth-high death rate societies, 641, 642, 645
High birth-low death rate societies, 641-43, 645, 669, 670. See also Low death-high birth rate societies
Hinduism, 516
Honduras, 642-43, 651-55; contrasted with Sweden, 646-48, 653-55, 660
Hong Kong, 328, 463, 574; fertility decline in, 120,129,501,645
Housing, 127, 496, 583, 608; and migration, 467, 577
Human capital. See Economic development
Human rights. See Etliical criteria
Hungary: abortion in, 484, 494, 496, 497, 503, 520, 522, 523; fertility decline in, 137-38
Iceland, 125,519
Illegitimate births, 574, 622, 628
Imports. See Trade
Incentives, responses to, 178-81
Income: and environment, 238-39, 242, 645; family, 151-52,159-60,263
Income, per capita: in developed countries, 208-9; in developing countries, 200, 590; and fertility, 139-40, 142-43, 165-66, 189-92, 203-5, 492; and food demand, 245, 249-50, 261, 265; and food expenditures, 445-48; increases in, 268; of teachers, 372
India: abortion in, 481, 490, 499; agriculture in, 228, 250, 252, 254-55, 257, 258-59, 260, 262, 267; groups in, 598-600, 602; health service goals of, 376, 393, 396; population of, 109, 113; socioeconomic development and fertility in,129,143-44lity, 371